Testing Different Audiences on Facebook

Lloydy95
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When staring out advertising on Facebook should I create an A/B test to find what would be the best audience to target or should I create multiple ad sets under a campaign with these different audiences?
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You should test your ad copy and creative assets (images & video) first. Audiences are rarely the reason something does not work on Facebook. Depending on your daily budget, test 2 pieces of ad copy against 3 - 5 images and see what sticks. If nothing works, then continue to test until you find what works. Hope you found this helpful, if so please click "like" below to let me know.

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Hi Lloyd

 

You might find it more efficient to use an app for the advertising of your Facebook campaigns. Advertising on Facebook can be a very time-consuming task and expensive task, especially if you don't have previous experience and no data history on your Facebook Pixel. 

 

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